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Just now, baumer said:

 

it doesn't matter what the actuals are. Doesn't matter if it goes up by 1 or 2 million or decreases by a little bit. The point is it's eroding much quicker than I thought it would. I thought it would easily get past Avatar now it's going to come down to the wire it looks like.

Yeah, it's definitely going to be close either way - definitely wasn't expecting it, but I suppose it will make following the rest of EG's run more interesting, in a way. 

Can it do another 85 OS? Or develop some stronger late legs domestically?

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Live action Disney movies are huge in Europe

 

dumbo did fantastic in Europe even with mediocre wom 

 

so aladdin should do really well there.

 

endgame OS markets 

 

South Korea 

brazil 

japan 

 

will have to carry the load 

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10 minutes ago, CoolioD1 said:

John Wick 4’s gonna have a release date announced before next weekend. LG needed this.

Don't forget the TV show The Continental and the Halle Berry spin-off. This is gonna be their MCU.

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Rank* Title Friday
5/17

(Estimates)
Saturday
5/18

(Estimates)
Sunday
5/19

(Estimates)
Monday
5/20
1 JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 - PARABELLUM
Lionsgate/Summit

3,850
$22,660,000

-- / $5,886
$22,660,000 / 1
$19,613,000

-13.4% / $5,094
$42,273,000 / 2
$14,752,000

-24.8% / $3,832
$57,025,000 / 3

N/A
2 AVENGERS: ENDGAME
Buena Vista

4,220
$7,371,000

+115.7% / $1,747
$748,765,870 / 22
$12,776,000

+73.3% / $3,027
$761,541,870 / 23
$9,264,000

-27.5% / $2,195
$770,805,870 / 24

N/A
3 POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU
Warner Bros.

4,248
$6,265,000

+130.3% / $1,475
$75,451,846 / 8
$10,915,000

+74.2% / $2,569
$86,366,846 / 9
$7,635,000

-30.1% / $1,797
$94,001,846 / 10

N/A
4 A DOG'S JOURNEY
Universal

3,267
$2,530,000

-- / $774
$2,530,000 / 1
$3,180,000

+25.7% / $973
$5,710,000 / 2
$2,290,000

-28% / $701
$8,000,000 / 3

N/A
5 THE HUSTLE
United Artists Releasing

3,077
$1,813,050

+127.7% / $589
$18,877,774 / 8
$2,586,508

+42.7% / $841
$21,464,282 / 9
$1,681,230

-35% / $546
$23,145,512 / 10

N/A
6 THE INTRUDER (2019) 
Sony / Screen Gems

2,231
$1,125,000

+158.1% / $504
$25,158,141 / 15
$1,780,000

+58.2% / $798
$26,938,141 / 16
$1,120,000

-37.1% / $502
$28,058,141 / 17

N/A
7 THE SUN IS ALSO A STAR
Warner Bros.

2,073
$1,045,000

-- / $504
$1,045,000 / 1
$915,000

-12.4% / $441
$1,960,000 / 2
$640,000

-30.1% / $309
$2,600,000 / 3

N/A
8 LONG SHOT
Lionsgate/Summit

2,110
$972,000

+107% / $461
$23,295,046 / 15
$1,470,000

+51.2% / $697
$24,765,046 / 16
$958,000

-34.8% / $454
$25,723,046 / 17

N/A
9 POMS
STX Entertainment

2,750
$670,000

+35.4% / $244
$8,600,192 / 8
$830,000

+23.9% / $302
$9,430,192 / 9
$580,000

-30.1% / $211
$10,010,192 / 10

N/A
10 UGLYDOLLS
STX Entertainment

2,030
$350,000

+44.8% / $172
$16,003,668 / 15
$750,000

+114.3% / $369
$16,753,668 / 16
$490,000

-34.7% / $241
$17,243,668 / 17

N/A
11 BREAKTHROUGH
Fox

1,375
$276,000

+130.5% / $201
$38,207,475 / 31
$462,000

+67.4% / $336
$38,669,475 / 32
$301,000

-34.8% / $219
$38,970,475 / 33

N/A
12 THE CURSE OF LA LLORONA 
Warner Bros. (New Line)

651
$245,600

+115.6% / $377
$52,361,962 / 29
$376,000

+53.1% / $578
$52,737,962 / 30
$263,000

-30.1% / $404
$53,000,962 / 31

N/A
- TOLKIEN
Fox Searchlight

1,501
$216,000

+45.8% / $144
$3,252,739 / 8
$303,000

+40.3% / $202
$3,555,739 / 9
$216,000

-28.7% / $144
$3,771,739 / 10

N/A
- CAPTAIN MARVEL 
Buena Vista

726
$191,000

+65.5% / $263
$424,607,519 / 71
$325,000

+70.2% / $448
$424,932,519 / 72
$211,000

-35.1% / $291
$425,143,519 / 73

N/A
- SHAZAM!
Warner Bros. (New Line)

536
$180,000

+230.8% / $336
$137,586,903 / 43
$295,000

+63.9% / $550
$137,881,903 / 44
$206

-99.9% / $0
$137,882,109 / 45

N/A
- BIGGEST LITTLE FARM
Neon

45
$104,000

+890.9% / $2,311
$240,708 / 8
$93,000

-10.6% / $2,067
$333,708 / 9
$73,000

-21.5% / $1,622
$406,708 / 10

N/A
- DUMBO (2019)
Buena Vista

415
$74,000

+72.6% / $178
$111,286,107 / 50
$129,000

+74.3% / $311
$111,415,107 / 51
$90,000

-30.2% / $217
$111,505,107 / 52

N/A
- LITTLE
Universal

314
$68,000

+105.3% / $217
$39,984,010 / 36
$130,000

+91.2% / $414
$40,114,010 / 37
$77,000

-40.8% / $245
$40,191,010 / 38

N/A
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TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count / Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 N John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum LG/S $57,025,000 - 3,850 - $14,812 $57,025,000 - 1
2 1 Avengers: Endgame BV $29,411,000 -53.5% 4,220 -442 $6,969 $770,805,870 $356 4
3 2 Pokemon Detective Pikachu WB $24,815,000 -54.4% 4,248 +46 $5,842 $94,001,846 $150 2
4 N A Dog's Journey Uni. $8,000,000 - 3,267 - $2,449 $8,000,000 - 1
5 3 The Hustle UAR $6,080,788 -53.3% 3,077 +70 $1,976 $23,145,512 - 2
6 4 The Intruder (2019) SGem $4,025,000 -44.0% 2,231 +9 $1,804 $28,058,141 $8 3
7 5 Long Shot LG/S $3,400,000 -45.8% 2,110 -1,120 $1,611 $25,723,046 - 3
8 N The Sun Is Also a Star WB $2,600,000 - 2,073 - $1,254 $2,600,000 - 1
9 6 Poms STX $2,090,000 -61.0% 2,750 - $760 $10,010,192 - 2
10 7 Uglydolls STX $1,600,000 -61.4% 2,030 -1,622 $788 $17,243,668 $45 3
11 8 Breakthrough Fox $1,039,000 -59.7% 1,375 -527 $756 $38,970,475 $14 5
12 10 The Curse of La Llorona WB (NL) $885,000 -52.2% 651 -531 $1,359 $53,000,962 $9 5
13 9 Tolkien FoxS $735,000 -66.6% 1,501 +6 $490 $3,771,739 - 2
14 11 Captain Marvel BV $727,000 -60.6% 726 -778 $1,001 $425,143,519 - 11
15 12 Shazam! WB (NL) $681,000 -34.1% 536 -400 $1,271 $137,882,109 $100 7
16 13 Dumbo (2019) BV $293,000 -60.6% 415 -422 $706 $111,505,107 $170 8
17 14 Little Uni. $275,000 -59.8% 314 -272 $876 $40,191,010 $20 6
18 25 Biggest Little Farm Neon $270,000 +144.4% 45 +40 $6,000 $406,708 - 2
19 21 The White Crow SPC $234,082 +56.4% 136 +86 $1,721 $705,669 - 4
20 16 Amazing Grace (2019) Neon $200,880 -45.2% 227 -33 $885 $3,708,564 - 24
21 17 Pet Sematary (2019) Par. $180,000 -31.9% 226 -78 $796 $54,530,955 $21 7
22 22 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Uni. $158,000 +10.8% 177 -10 $893 $160,346,875 $129 13
23 18 Us Uni. $145,000 -43.2% 195 -71 $744 $174,681,800 $20 9
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Stunning for John Wick 3! 

 

Ok for Pikachu, Hustle.

 

Intruder has been a hit for Sony, compared to Long Shot which opened the same weekend to much better reviews,

more star power and in more cinemas. 

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5 minutes ago, reddevil19 said:

Yeah, it's definitely going to be close either way - definitely wasn't expecting it, but I suppose it will make following the rest of EG's run more interesting, in a way. 

Can it do another 85 OS? Or develop some stronger late legs domestically?

It's certainly going to be a nail-biter, though really before that opening weekend the option wasn't even on the table!

 

It's got a few things still going for it. 

Next weekend is a holiday weekend DOM, so a softer drop is guaranteed. 

 

Some OS markets like Brazil and South Korea are holding quite well now, so if that continues it will help. 

It's a shame about China not getting the extension though. It grossed almost 8 million there this weekend. It could have added an extra 10-15 million to it's gross if it had gotten the extension. 

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3 minutes ago, Minnale101 said:

Live action Disney movies are huge in Europe

 

dumbo did fantastic in Europe even with mediocre wom 

 

so aladdin should do really well there.

 

endgame OS markets 

 

South Korea 

brazil 

japan 

 

will have to carry the load 

Did it, though? It did alright, but let's not get carried away.

Having said that, I do agree that Aladdin will do well in Europe, though mostly because the animated movie is far more popular than the animated Dumbo, and Will Smith still has plenty of European fans.

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1 minute ago, reddevil19 said:

Did it, though? It did alright, but let's not get carried away.

Having said that, I do agree that Aladdin will do well in Europe, though mostly because the animated movie is far more popular than the animated Dumbo, and Will Smith still has plenty of European fans.

It did fantastic for the WOM and reviews it had. I would have clarified 

 

I’m assuming Aladdin is bigger than dumbo 

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Endgame did 39M OS-China this weekend, IW did 32M in the same weekend and it grossed another 90M OS-C after. EG and IW made 29.4M Dom in the fourth weekend, IW made 83M Dom after this weekend. If EG does the same, it will gross 173M more. Its exactly what it needs to surpass Avatar.

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7 minutes ago, fmpro said:

DOM will make 100. OS should do the same. Im not worried. 

Disney will force it if they have to

I don’t see how you think it still has 100 million left in the domestic tank. It should hold ok next weekend but drop back to back 50+ percent against Godzilla and Dark Phoenix. 

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Fantastic opening for John Wick 3. Cant wait to see it on Friday 

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21 minutes ago, Alli said:

I hope US doesn't pass GET OUT. Such an awful movie. All hype. Critics really screwed up this time

 

I agree with you 1000%.

 

a few days ago I was watching an old troma film called graduation day with Christopher George. That movie had a budget of about $5.25 and it was a better made movie than Us in every way. Us was a horrible debacle of a movie.

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5 minutes ago, Moviefanatic said:

I don’t see how you think it still has 100 million left in the domestic tank. It should hold ok next weekend but drop back to back 50+ percent against Godzilla and Dark Phoenix. 

I meant after friday. Sorry. 845-850 mill total

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Summer 2019 has strong openings so far with Detective Pikachu, John Wick. Ok runs like Intruder and The Hustle.

 

But quite a lot of flops and bombs in the space of just three weeks: Long Shot, Sun is also a Star, Tolkien, Ugly Dolls, Poms, Dogs Journey.  

 

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1 minute ago, Krissykins said:

Summer 2019 has strong openings so far with Detective Pikachu, John Wick. Ok runs like Intruder and The Hustle.

 

But quite a lot of flops and bombs in the space of just three weeks: Long Shot, Sun is also a Star, Tolkien, Ugly Dolls, Poms, Dogs Journey.  

 

Should also have 3 straight $50M+ openers for the next 3 weeks. Hopefully legs for movies hold up. 

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I'd love to see End Game close to 2.7B by June 3rd. 

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36 minutes ago, baumer said:

So endgame has approximately 164 million left to get past Avatar. I'm actually worried now that it won't get past it. I really hope it does but it's fading pretty quickly in every market it seems like.

164 million more worldwide seems achievable but who can tell ? Aladdin will be its first serious competition in worldwide markets next weekend. As you wrote actuals don’t matter, 2-3 more million won’t make a big difference.

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